Wow, you have a lot going on here and it's all serious. My suggestion is that you mine this web site for AVVO rated family law attorneys (shoot for 8 or higher) that are in your area. Browse their profiles and select three that you want to make appointments with: like tomorrow. They should be willing to offer a free initial consultation. This time around, go with the attorney you get the best feeling from; to which you have the best connection, and hire that person immediately.
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Change lawyers if you feel uncomforatable, there are plenty of great ones here on avvo. I hope things work out. take care
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